Booking open for Rhythm in the Home course

***THIS COURSE HAS NOW SOLD OUT*** I am delighted to announce another run of my Rhythm in the Home course! The September course sold out in nine hours, which was a lovely surprise, and I know some of you who wanted to join in missed out, so I will be running the course again in October…

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Rhythm in the Home: Our Summer Rhythm

Summer is when our rhythm shifts the most. Long, hot days mean we spend more time outdoors, so there are fewer defined moments in the day to anchor our rhythm to. Our beloved morning time gets shorter as we head out before the day gets too hot, we are often out for lunch, and depending…

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Booking open for A Beautiful Childhood course

Montessori. Steiner-Waldorf. Forest School. Unschooling. You’ve heard people talking about these approaches. You’ve noticed #waldorfinspired, #natureplay and #montessoriathome. You’ve read a few blog posts, and they all sound good – but you’re still not quite sure what is behind these approaches beyond the beautiful wooden toys, lovingly presented trays, and Pinterest-worthy outdoor crafts. You want…

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Frida turns three! Gifts for a three year old.

Last week Frida turned three. Three! My tiny baby. Suffice to say that I got very emotional and may have cried several times. Somehow three – this definitive leap away from toddlerhood, from being a baby – has affected me much more than previous birthdays. She is truly a little girl now. A pre-schooler (pre-homeschooler?).…

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Rhythm in the Home course announced

As a parent, life with a young child can sometimes feel chaotic and overwhelming. Juggling naps, work, chores, playdates, and setting up pinterest-worthy activities for your child can feel like a challenge – let alone finding time for self care, reflection, and connection. But it doesn’t have to be like that. Creating a strong, dependable…

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January reading list

Hello on this soggy January day; the perfect day for curling up with a mug of something warm and delicious (anyone else missing the Christmas mulled wine?) and reading something good. Here are some articles I have been enjoying recently, and I hope you will too. Put the kettle on and join me: Why Modern-Day…

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